941
941

PROPERTY OF AN ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A FAMILLE-ROSE PLAQUE BY DENG BISHAN
REPUBLIC PERIOD
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 47,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT
941

PROPERTY OF AN ASIAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR

A FAMILLE-ROSE PLAQUE BY DENG BISHAN
REPUBLIC PERIOD
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 47,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Chinese Art

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A FAMILLE-ROSE PLAQUE BY DENG BISHAN
REPUBLIC PERIOD
finely painted in a soft palette with three carp swimming among clusters of waterweeds towards the faint reflection of the moon on the water, the plaque inscribed with a poetic inscription and signed Deng Bishan with one seal, framed
Height 15 1/8  in., 38.4 cm; Width 10 1/8  in., 25.7 cm
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Catalogue Note

Deng Bishan (1874-1930), a native of Yuganxian, Jiangxi province, excelled in painting fish swimming amongst aquatic plants in a style that reflects a degree of Japanese influence. Well educated and a skilled calligrapher, he was highly respected by porcelain painters in Jingdezhen, teaching Wang Qi calligraphy and portraiture on porcelain. A set of four 'fish' plaques, from the collection of the Hon. Andrew Li Kwok Nang, was sold at Christie’s Hong Kong, 1st December 2010, lot 3280. 

Important Chinese Art

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